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The Lion's Den (Music)
With The Bruce Man
Mon May 28th 2012 5.00am–7.00am
N=music new at the station.
L=local music. Your
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Time zone: central
Atlanta Rhythm Section “Free Spirit” from Red Tape (Polydor Records 1976) R
Atlanta Rhythm Section “Another Man's Woman” from Red Tape (Polydor Records 1976) R
Midnight Sun “Living On The Hill” from Midnight Sun (Kapp Records 1972) R —This is a rare one... but I'll play it just for you.
Bad Company “Shooting Star/ Bad Company” from Westwood One (Westwood One) R —Radio promo copy. Conversation and music with Bad Company.
Bad Company “Rock & Roll Fantasy” from Westwood One (Westwood One) R —Radio promo copy. Conversation and music with Bad Company.
Wishbone Ash “Blind Eye” from Wishbone Ash (MCA Records 1973) R
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Woodstock” from Deja Vu (Atlantic 1970) R —Autographed virgin orange vinyl import from Holland with original cover.
Head East “Fly By Night Lady” from Flat As A Pancake (A&M) R
Z.Z. Top “Just Got Paid” from The Best Of Z. Z. Top (London) R —Radio promo copy.
John Henry Bonham “Rockestra Theme” from Session Man (Reformation Records) R —Another rare one. You must be listening to KDHX!
The Who “My Generation” from Live At Leeds (Track Records 1971) R —Virgin vinyl import from Great Britain with full package.
Ted Nugent's Amboy Dukes “Hibernation” from Tooth, Fang, & Claw (Discreet Records 1974) R —Some "Sweaty Teddy" with your coffee this morning?
Ronnie Montrose “Mach 1” from The Speed Of Sound (Enigma Records 1988) R —Autographed original copy.
Megadeth “Wake Up Dead” from Peace Sells...But Who's Buying? (CAPITOL 1986) R —Audiophile pressing.
Metallica “Master Of Puppets” (Warner Brothers Records 1986) R —Audiophile Pressing.
Iron Maiden “Wrathchild” from BBC Archive 1 (legacy records 2002) R —Picture disc audiophile pressing. Live Maiden from Reading Festival on August 28, '82.
Iron Maiden “Run To The Hills” from BBC Archive 1 (legacy records 2002) R —Have another live audiophile cut from Iron Maiden.
Black Sabbath “St. Vitus Dance” from VOL 4 (Nems Records 1976) R —Audiophile pressing.
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